Sizemore Agrees To Minor League Deal With Yankees Scott Sizemore is among nine players agreeing to minor league contracts with the Yankees, giving New York another option for Alex Rodriguez's replacement at third base.
Former Tiger Sizemore Out For Season With Knee Tear Athletics third baseman Scott Sizemore will miss the entire 2012 season after tearing a ligament in his left knee last weekend during Oakland's first full-squad workout.
Tigers Ship Struggling Sizemore To A's For PurceyThe Detroit Tigers traded second baseman Scott Sizemore to the Oakland Athletics for left-handed reliever David Purcey on Friday.
Tigers Trade Scott Sizemore For LHP David PurceyThe Detroit Tigers today announced the club has acquired lefthanded pitcher David Purcey from the Oakland Athletics in exchange for second baseman Scott Sizemore.
Tigers 4, Yankees 2The Tigers were off to an early lead, scoring twice in the first inning and went on to beat the New York Yankees 4-2 on Tuesday night.
Tigers Promote Sizemore, Demote Rhymes In Second base swapThe Tigers lost their seventh consecutive game Monday, 5-3 to the visiting Yankees, so they made a roster move after the game. Another move will have to be made Wednesday when Victor Martinez is eligible to come off the disabled list.
Tigers Send Rhymes To Toledo, Recall SizemoreThe Detroit Tigers optioned the contract of Will Rhymes to Triple-A Toledo after Monday's 5-3 loss to the New York Yankees and recalled Scott Sizemore from the Mud Hens.
Matt Dery's Daily Update 3-22-11Lions coach Jim Schwartz is in New Orleans for the NFL owners meetings, he says Matthew Stafford is progressing well from his January shoulder surgery but has not started throwing a football yet.
Stoney's Blog: Sizemore Demotion Does Not Solve Problem At 2ndThe Tigers sent Scott Sizemore to Toledo Tuesday. I don't think this means that the Tigers issues at second base are over. In fact it raises more questions.
Tony Ortiz: Tigers Make More CutsThe five are pitchers Robbie Weinhardt and Fu-Te Ni, catcher Max St. Pierre, outfielder Clete Thomas and second baseman Scott Sizemore.
Matt Dery's Daily Update 3-15-11No surprise today, Jim Leyland saying that Carlos Guillen and Joel Zumaya will not start the season on the Tigers big league roster.
Tigers Win Spring Training OpenerThe Detroit Tigers opened the 2011 Spring Training season by shutting out the Toronto Blue Jays 4-0 in Dunedin, Florida.